Visible to the public "Aviation Security Is Taking Off—And Taking After Car Security"Conflict Detection Enabled

Although hackers, security researchers, government organizations, and private airlines have expressed that the chances of a commercial flight getting hacked are significantly small, David Holmes, director of engineering at the United States Digital Service and co-organizer of DefCon's Aviation Village, emphasizes the need to increase collaborative efforts to maintain the security of aviation technology as this technology increases in connectivity to the internet. Gerard Duerrmeyer, chief information security officer at Norwegian Air Shuttle, stated that he is looking to the automotive industry for inspiration on how to improve the security of avionics systems. This article continues to discuss DefCon's Aviation Village, noteworthy incidents of aviation hacking, the security of an aircraft's avionics CAN bus, and what it means to take a preemptive approach to aviation cybersecurity.

The Parallax reports "Aviation Security Is Taking Off--And Taking After Car Security"